Is NASA destroying records related to the retiring Jim Hansen?

Now that warmist Jim Hansen is retiring from NASA, the Competitive Enterprise Institute worries that NASA may be destroying records that are part of litigation over Hansen-related Freedom of Information Act requests. NASA’s response to CEI’s concern is less than reassuring.

Read the initial letter (April 3) from CEI to NASA.
Read NASA’s response (April 9).
Read CEI’s response (April 15) to NASA’s.

5 thoughts on “Is NASA destroying records related to the retiring Jim Hansen?”

  1. You have a bad link under “Read NASA’s response (April 9)”. The link as it exists now goes to CEI’s April 15 letter.

  2. Unfortunately, the heads of federal science agencies have been trained to manipulate data and observations for sixty-seven years, since the UN was established on 24 Oct 1945 to eliminate national constitutions and national boundaries.

    Why? Fear and loathing of human nature if humans had access to the source of nuclear energy (neutron repulsion) that powers nuclear bombs, reactors, the Sun, and AGN (active galactic nuclei)

    On 7 Jan 1998, a CSPAN News video recorded NASA Administrator – Dr. Daniel Goldin – belatedly releasing isotope data from the 1995 Galileo probe of Jupiter that confirmed four earlier predictions:

    1. In 1975 Oliver Manuel & D. D. Sabu reported experimental evidence in Proceedings of the Missouri Academy of Sciences that our elements had been made and ejected from the Sun.

    2. In 1977 astronomer, Peter Toth, reported in Nature that solar vibrations indicate the Sun’s core is a pulsar.

    3. In 1983 Oliver Manuel and Golden Hwaung reported evidence in Meteoritics the interior of the Sun is mostly iron (Fe, element #26).

    4. In 1987 astrophysicist, Dr. Carl Rouse, reported helio-seismic evidence of a small, iron-rich solar core in Solar Physics.

    With deep regrets,
    – Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  3. Here is part of the 1998 CSPAN news video of Dr. Daniel Goldin belatedly releasing data from the 1995 plunge of the Galileo probe into Jupiter:

  4. Here is the news story on NASA’s shock when an entire hemisphere of the Sun erupted two years ago:

    They would have understood why the explosion occurred if they had not hidden solar measurements and observations [1] for the previous sixty-five years (2011 – 1946 = 65 yrs)

    1. Oliver Manuel, Barry Ninham and Stig Friberg, “Superfluidity in the Solar Interior: Implications for Solar Eruptions and Climate,” Journal of Fusion Energy 21, pp. 193-198 (2002)

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